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April 29, 2013, 10:40:23 PM
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"Phycoin" rolls off the tongue better than "Physcoin". That just sounds like fizz coin.

And the more i say it out loud, the more i like it.....
 
"Ere Dave, you gotta couple of Phys, mate?" or "Thank you sir, thats 2 Physcoin change. Have a nice day".


Edit: How about 'Crypts' ?



Crypts or cryptcoin.

Cryptcoin seems to stutter in the mouth, so Crypts for me.

To me, "Crypts" sounds like "crips", which sounds like someone with a speech impediment asking for "crisps".
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April 30, 2013, 03:24:49 PM
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To me Crypts links more to an underground burial place like under a church than to Crypto coins, also it sounds too like the gang name Crips for my liking.

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May 02, 2013, 04:19:21 PM
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Other cultures, countries and religions have a completely different date (muslims 1434, jews 5773, myself since I was born...) This is a world currency, and also the date is not very important.  
So it would be much nicer that in case of using a date, use the number 4 or 5, I'm not sure, but since the genesis block was created, or since bitcoin started, for example. This way you don't offend anyone, otherwise yours will be a coin "for christians only".

Not to forget that we are currently living in the year 102 of the Republic of China... with "Republic of China" referring to the tiny yet democratic island of Taiwan by the way, not to be mixed up with the giant communist thingy called by almost the same name, only with an added "People's". Which uses 2013. And by a freak chance it is also the year 102 in North Korea, simply by the coincidence of  Kim Il Sung's birth having been in 1912, where in China the new era of the republic had started (and lasted till 1949,when the communists had won the civil war aka the next revolution). Oh, and the Japanese Taisho period also had the same numbering of years.

Which leads me to my point, finally: since the creator(s) of Bitcoin chose a Japanese pseudonym, numbering years in Japanese ways might be a way to honor this aspect of Bitcoin's "birth". Similar to the Chinese, to my understanding Japanese traditionally counted years from the start of a new era. This era in our case could be the start of the Bitcoin network in 2009. Of course this obvious counting method has already been suggested. I am simply trying to point out one possible reason supporting this kind of counting.

To identify the era name, obvious choices would be Satoshi, Nakamoto or Bitcoin. So the current year could be called S5, N5 or B5.

A reason for not using S5 could be that it could refer to year 5 of the Showa period (1930). In this period the then militaristic Japan caused huge grief and suffering throughout Asia.

A reason for not using S5 or N5 would be that Japanese era names are not referring to the names of the respective emperors or events, but to a description of that era.

So B5 would be one possible choice in my opinion. Or if you want to go all Japanese style, ビットコイン5... or even replace the "5" by Japanese/Chinese numerals, resulting in ビットコイン五 - although probably most Westerners without Chinese/Japanese reading skills could not identify the numeral, except probably those few who play Mahjong and recognize the numbers from the WAN tiles Tongue

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May 04, 2013, 03:15:05 AM
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I would avoid any name that contains word coin. With new altcoins being announced on daily basis you'll have problem to make a brand from your business.

Find your own fancy and exotic version of Casascius. Make it to sound non-english - spanish, portuguese, arabic.. something like that, japanese is not bad too but I would avoid it to not cause confusion with satoshi.

Brand is half of business, if you name it Hardcoin, I'll forget what it is in month and when I hear it next time I'd automatically think it's some of million altcoins. When you name it Bitinho or something like that, I won't.

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May 04, 2013, 09:45:10 PM
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"Phycoin" rolls off the tongue better than "Physcoin". That just sounds like fizz coin.

And the more i say it out loud, the more i like it.....
 
"Ere Dave, you gotta couple of Phys, mate?" or "Thank you sir, thats 2 Physcoin change. Have a nice day".


Edit: How about 'Crypts' ?



Crypts or cryptcoin.
Or Cryptie  Wink
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May 05, 2013, 06:47:51 AM
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I want to thank you all for your suggestions, ideas and support.
The name has been decided on last week, but I want to keep it a surprise.
I will say if it were a guessing competition, seleme would have won Smiley.

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May 06, 2013, 09:57:02 PM
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I'll suggest something like a combination of previous ones suggested for this coin:

Cryptiq decimus

or perhaps the better spelled

Cryptic decimus

I like the whole combination for the line but if you just wanted to call the line Cryptic with decimus reserved for the 0.1 BTC coin and other words for other values (Cryptic mill = 0.001, Cryptic centavo = 0.01, etc.)

Another idea would be

Mundo (Spanish for world, similar word to Euro but more all encompassing)
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May 23, 2013, 08:58:47 AM
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What happened to this? Is this dead?
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May 23, 2013, 10:01:27 AM
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OP can't put in the effort to spell and use punctuation, I wonder if he is a minor.
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